This represents a nearly 7.0 percent increase over the dry power available at year-ed 2017, of which over 60.0 percent was focused on North America, according to consulting firm PwC. “It’s not surprising that with asset values on individual acquisitions priced fully that we’re seeing acquirers with dry powder and balance sheet capability turn to business combinations through M&A in order to find growth,” says Byron Carlock Jr., U.S. real estate leader at PwC.
Investors like tangible earning assets like real estate that perform better against inflation and rising interest rates, and geo-political issues in Iran, North Korea many more!

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